June 6, 2005

Slept in late. Min got up and packed up the puppy and headed out for Frankfort. She will probably be coming home on Thursday night.

I have a lot of errands to run today. I did some work around the house this morning. Just as I was heading out the door, I got a couple of calls that I had to deal with. So I was running pretty late by the time that I got out of the door.

I went over to Josh’s to pick up my tuxedo vest. It has been missing since the wedding. When Josh and Joanne got back from Disney, they discovered that someone had dropped off the vest and left it on their porch while they were away. We can only guess that someone had picked up the vest while I was in the shower at their place before going home and must have taken it home with them. Luckily they only went on a one week honeymoon and that Tuxedo Junction was so cool about the whole thing. They could have easily charged me $100 for that waistcoat already by this point. So I picked up the vest and drove back out to Marketplace to drop off the vest. What a pain this vest has been. We have probably put over an hour into looking for it with four people looking and driven a total of about 90 minutes moving it around and made several phone calls to people and Tuxedo Junction to deal with it let alone TJ’s hassle in not being able to get that vest back out to someone else.

While I was at the mall, I grabbed some quick food over at Tom Wahl’s in the Marketplace Food Court. Can you believe that it has been ten years since I worked there? That is crazy.

I had to do some banking while I was in Henrietta and then I had to run to CompUSA to find an AC Adapter for my laptop. I found one but it was $100. At least it seems to be a pretty nice one. It should be for that much money. Man are those expensive. No wonder laptops cost so much.

After shopping, I was able to head for Syracuse. I was doing okay for time but I wasn’t sure how long it was going to take me to find the Wegmans in Liverpool so I left myself some extra time. It is a long drive today. In the car I am listening to “The Cat Who Went Bananas”. I like these low-key murder mysteries. That is something that I inherited from my mother. I find them to be very relaxing. But they hold my interest and make the drive easier.

I made it to Wegmans in good time and managed to get an early start on the evening. That was good because it ended up being a longer than usual evening. But not too bad. I did manage to get a late night snack before I left. I was done around 1:45am. Then it was off to Frankfort.

I got into Frankfort a little before 3:00. Min was still up watching Alias waiting for me to get in. She had both Boston Terriers on the bed with her and they were all waiting for me. Dexter was very excited to see me. Both dogs ended up sleeping all night with us.

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